Comparative Animal Behavior

A study of behavior across the animal kingdom, emphasizing instinctive behavior, but also considering learning and cognition. The behavior of vertebrates and invertebrates will be studied from evolutionary, ecological, and physiological perspectives. Three lectures. Offered odd year, Fall.

Credit hours: 3.0


  • BI101 - General Biology I
  • BI102 - General Biology

Additional Prerequisites / Conditions: or instructor's permission

Last updated: 08/07/2023